[Libguestfs] Virt Tools Blog Planet (RSS feed aggregator)

Michal Novotny minovotn at redhat.com
Wed Jun 15 06:54:25 UTC 2011

Hi Daniel,
as a libvirt-php maintainer currently working on phpVirtControl
(originally called phpVirtManager however this name was not accepted and
I'm not sure about the naming yet however it should be a virt-manager
clone for PHP, also both projects are developed in my spare time) I
would like to ask whether it shouldn't be worth it to mention those
projects on the virt-tools.org site (planet.virt-tools.org).

Do you think this could be worth it?


On 06/14/2011 05:42 PM, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> The virt-tools.org website, launched last year, provides tutorials,
> videos, documentation, online help and roadmaps relevant to libvirt,
> libguestfs, gtk-vnc, spice, other related libraries, and tools or
> applications like virt-manager & virt-install. The site goal is to
> inform & assist end users, system administrators & application
> developers who wish to learn about the capabilities of the virt tools
> stack. The focus of most content is the, state of the art, Linux native
> KVM hypervisor, but writing about using other hypervisors using virt
> tools is also welcome.
> Today we are launching a new part of the site, the Blog Planet, to
> aggregate feeds from people working on virt tools related projects:
>    http://planet.virt-tools.org/index.html
> The site is seeded with a mere 2 blogs thus far, and so we are looking
> for content from other people working on libvirt, libguestfs, gtk-vnc,
> spice, and any other infrastructure/tools which integrate with them.
> The aim is for the Blog Planet to contain content directly useful to
> end users, system administrators and application developers. To that
> end, it is desirable if your blog feed can be filtered to just include
> content directly related to virt tools.
> Any wordpress users can trivially do this by assigning either categories
> or tags to their posts, which the provide dedicated RSS feeds; other blog
> software hopefully has similar capabilities.
> To be included on the planet, send (off-list) your RSS feed URL and a
> Hackergotchi face icon (upto an absolute max of 96x96 pixels in size).
> Regards,
> Daniel

Michal Novotny <minovotn at redhat.com>, RHCE
Virtualization Team (xen userspace), Red Hat

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